Jennifer L Glanville
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How do we learn to trust? A confirmatory tetrad analysis of the sources of generalized trust
JL Glanville, P Paxton
Social Psychology Quarterly 70 (3), 230-242, 2007
The measurement of school engagement: Assessing dimensionality and measurement invariance across race and ethnicity
JL Glanville, T Wildhagen
Educational and Psychological Measurement 67 (6), 1019-1041, 2007
Socioeconomic status and class in studies of fertility and health in developing countries
KA Bollen, JL Glanville, G Stecklov
Annual review of sociology 27 (1), 153-185, 2001
Economic status proxies in studies of fertility in developing countries: Does the measure matter?
KA Bollen, JL Glanville, G Stecklov
Population Studies 56 (1), 81-96, 2002
Religious involvement and educational outcomes: The role of social capital and extracurricular participation
JL Glanville, D Sikkink, EI Hernandez
The Sociological Quarterly 49 (1), 105-137, 2008
Do social connections create trust? An examination using new longitudinal data
JL Glanville, MA Andersson, P Paxton
Social Forces 92 (2), 545-562, 2013
Political socialization or selection? Adolescent extracurricular participation and political activity in early adulthood
JL Glanville
Social science quarterly, 279-290, 1999
Women's participation in the labor force: the role of social networks
JA Stoloff, JL Glanville, EJ Bienenstock
Social networks 21 (1), 91-108, 1999
Socio-economic status, permanent income, and fertility: A latent-variable approach
KA Bollen, JL Glanville, G Stecklov
Population studies 61 (1), 15-34, 2007
A typology for understanding the connections among different forms of social capital
JL Glanville, EJ Bienenstock
American behavioral scientist 52 (11), 1507-1530, 2009
Voluntary associations and social network structure: Why organizational location and type are important
JL Glanville
Sociological forum 19, 465-491, 2004
Social capital and generosity: A multilevel analysis
JL Glanville, P Paxton, Y Wang
Nonprofit and voluntary sector quarterly 45 (3), 526-547, 2016
Is trust rigid or malleable? A laboratory experiment
P Paxton, JL Glanville
Social Psychology Quarterly 78 (2), 194-204, 2015
Volunteering and the dimensions of religiosity: A cross-national analysis
P Paxton, NE Reith, JL Glanville
Review of Religious Research 56 (4), 597-625, 2014
Factors mediating the relationship between social skills and academic grades in a sample of students diagnosed with learning disabilities or emotional disturbance
A Milsom, JL Glanville
Remedial and Special Education 31 (4), 241-251, 2010
Social capital and self-rated health: Clarifying the role of trust
JL Glanville, WT Story
Social Science Research 71, 98-108, 2018
The immigrant-native gap in subjective well-being in Western European countries: Assessing the role of social capital
MA Tegegne, JL Glanville
International Migration Review 53 (2), 458-485, 2019
Why does involvement in voluntary associations promote trust? Examining the role of network diversity
JL Glanville
Sociological Inquiry 86 (1), 29-50, 2016
The extension of particularized trust to generalized and out-group trust: The constraining role of collectivism
JL Glanville, Q Shi
Social Forces 98 (4), 1801-1828, 2020
Neighborhood and family social capital and parent‐reported oral health of children in Iowa
JC Reynolds, PC Damiano, JL Glanville, J Oleson, MR McQuistan
Community dentistry and oral epidemiology 43 (6), 569-577, 2015
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